Going Digital in the 2010s

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Going Digital in the 2010s

Postby mattwo » Fri Jun 01, 2018 11:45 am

Spoilers only for episode 4 of Phantasy Star Online 2 (the video game, not the anime spinoff. The story is split into episodes like the past Phantasy Star MMOs and the PSP games)



Feedback would be appreciated. I know the Ex-Aid footage is kind of blurry (this was made before I knew VLC could convert MKVs into MP4s) and No Game No Life isn't really a "going digital" scenario but the footage fit too well to not use. Once I get better at editing opening sequences together like this I want to then move on to using footage from actual episodes and I really feel as though this one is my best so far.

I might make a sequel to this using footage from the actual episodes though as I already have a few ideas floating through my head (turns out I may have jumped the gun a bit lol) but I want to wait until 2020 or until all of the relevant shows or seasons in 2019 end and the feedback might change my mind.

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